New Artwork from Quebec Artist Sacha Barrette!

27 April, 2021 1 min read

New Artwork from Quebec Artist Sacha Barrette!

The West End Gallery is excited to announce the arrival of several new paintings from Sacha Barrette!

Sacha lives and works in Montreal and his travels throughout Canada, the United States and Latin America have greatly influenced his art practice, transforming his palette to include an impressive array of ochre, burnt orange, burgundy and vibrant blue. The paint is applied generously to the canvas and the colours are left pure in order to give each subject its unique shape, texture and light.

Visit Sacha's artist page to view all of the new arrivals and to learn more about his unique style!


Also in Press Releases

Claudette Castonguay Artwork
Announcing New Artwork by Claudette Castonguay

09 June, 2024 2 min read

Claudette Castonguay’s new collection is a reinforces to her ability to find beauty and joy in everyday moments. Each piece invites viewers into a world filled with colour, charm, and a sense of wonder. We invite you to visit the West End Gallery to experience these delightful artworks in person and add a touch of Claudette’s vibrant energy to your collection.
Read More
West End Gallery Victoria Closing
A MILESTONE AND A FAREWELL TO VICTORIA

14 March, 2024 2 min read

This year marks a significant milestone - THIRTY years of being a part of a thriving arts community in Victoria, BC. We are filled with gratitude for the past and excitement for what's to come, but with a heavy heart, we must announce the upcoming closure of our Victoria Gallery on the corner of Broad and View Street effective April 27, 2024
Read More
Jeannette Sirois Art
Behind the Blooms: The Making of Breath of Life

05 March, 2024 3 min read

Breath of Life began with a drawing, a simple yet powerful blueprint for what would become a life-sized celebration of nature. In the concept sketches, we see the genesis of her vision—clusters of peonies rendered in loose, confident strokes. These initial marks are the seeds from which the full bloom of the diptych would grow.
Read More